Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 18, 1932 · Page 5
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s or lo write U» LACY A1GONA """ > 4 ^presenting i Finance Co., »e« Stolncg ROSSttttt COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA Lloyd Perry and Dorothy Hallowell, Des Molnes, visited Hazel Potter Rundrty. • O'len Burt, south of 'hand, hnd an operation cltis Tuesday. Hurt farm nols. Mr. nnd Mrs. Kenneth Stock of Sioux City, and their little son John went home Sunday, after son John a week Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Stock, parents of Kenneth. Kenneth is Alida Thllges, Ottosen, and Doro- "till employed on the Sioux Cltv thy Setzmnn, Kingsley, are guests I JournRl of Mildred Capesius. " ' ' j Sen, Geo. W. Patterson and Editor Mr. and Mrs. William Weiss I W ' A ' MacArt 'iur, of the Monitor; Jacksonville, Fla., visited the Rev! ' Who ia also Burl ' H Postmaster, were P. J. Braners Friday. Algona visitors Monday afternoon. County'Recorder Uiura Paine re-P' r> Ma C Al ' th "r is esteemed ,in the turned to work Monday, after -i two ' newis l )a l )el< °™ f t as ah editor who '-- - •• writes well. The General Hospital reports Esther Geitzenauer, Lone Rook, Julia Zwold, Garner, and Mary Ellen Wor.ster, tonsllectomles; Mr. and weeks vacation at home. Anna (Prankl is taking two at weeks vaontfoh from her duties the Chrischnies & Herbst store. Catherine Biggins, Fort Dodge went home yesterday, after several Mrs - K«hert Dutton, 7-lb. H oz. girl days with Kathleen Holtzbnue'r Dr. Burl F. Dewel, Rvanston, 111., Is recovering from an operation Friday for the removal of his tonsils. Saturday; Mrs. Walter Gorman, appendectomy. Mr. and Mrs. Cash Saskett, of Lincoln, Neb., went home Monday, T? T — -•-•", i.^-nL ni-Miii, *»iujmu.^, _ «e\. i. u. Kitzmann, West after a week with the J. J. Dooleys Bend, was a caller at the Trinity Mr. and Mrs. Sackett, Mrs. Dooley, Lutheran 'parsonage last Thursday. | and her son William visited from Ihe H. W. Caldwells returned last last Thursday till Saturday with rel- Teedom from ashes is only one of the advantages </ •week Tuesday from the Okobojis. where they had spent several days The A. K. Cliffs, Ames, visited friends here Saturday, en route home.from a week at the Okobojis. Bertha Johnson, Irene Viuidt, atives at Lansing. R. E. Whitney, Fond du Lac, AVis., came Saturday and took home his family Sunday. Mrs. Whitney, the former Elizabeth 'Dickinson, and .her two children had spent the last six —_ , ., ,,....» u....... ivii int,vi ojji^iii, ii»c IcLOL C31A Dickinson, and Mrs. Susie weeks with Mrs. Whitney's mother, spent yestodny-at Mason Utrs. E. C. .Dickinson.' ,: . .,..-'• IIFAKI COAL... . I Less than a bushel of ashes to the ton SATISFACTION GUARANTEED S. NORTON & SON [BUILDING MATEBIAL IcOAL—Phone 229 '•'•The W. E. Lairds have returned from Clear Lake, where they had spent a week at their Algona Beach cottage. , Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Goeders took their daughter Helen to Esthervllle yesterday for several days with the Gene Keplers. ; Mrs. Isabel Meiggs, in charge of ready-to-wear at the Goeders store, returned to work Monday, after two weeks vacation at home. ! Mrs. Sylvia Gunn and her daughter Betty are at the, Okobojis, gu«sts of Spencer friends. They are expected home this week-end. .' Mrs. W. C. McNown, Lawrence, Kans, her two daughters and a son spent the week-end with Mrs. McNown's sister, Mrs., Geo. St. John. • ' Gladys South, of the Chrischilles & Herbst store, returned to work Monday, after a week at Cleveland, Q. She is in charge of ready-to- wear. Mrs. L. J. De Graw, .Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McGinnis, Mildred De Graw, and Maynard Stephenson spent Saturday and Sunday at a Clear Lake cottage. Loretta Howie, employed at the Algona Insurance Agency a year or two, resigned last week-end. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Howie. Mr. and iMr«. Leban Lloyd, a little son, and Mr. Lloyd's mother, also a brother, all of Britt, were ''callers Sunday afternoon at Mrs. Estella Sabin's. this week! SUMMER ISLE BROKEN SLICED [PINEAPPLE 2 CANS. PURE CANE SUGAR 10 Ibs. 47c 251b«. $1.17 100 Ibs. $4.55 Pure Beet SUGAR 10 Ibs. 45c 25 lb, $1.12 [»PO lb«, $4,35 E| 6HT O'CLOCK The M. T. MeGuires, who are at a McGuire road-grading camp near Storm Lake this summer, spent the Week-end at. home. Mrs. McGuire and the children will return September 1, Mr. McGuire remaining till the job is finished. i. Mrs, . Edna 'Griggs, Minneapolis, her daughter Beulah, and son Earl came Monday for a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Merle Griggs, (Merle being a Son of Mrs. Griggs. The younger Mrs. Griggs is a daughter of Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Rist. The hot weather of July was succeeded by two weeks of comparatively cool weather, which came to an end Sunday, after which the heat again (became oppressive iill Tuesday afternoon, when a shower reduced temperatures somewhat. Maxine Fraser, Nevada, is spending the week with the T. P. Har- ringtons. She and "Bernice are Grinnell friends. Bernice spent last week with 'Maxine, and Mr. and Mrs. Harrington drove to Nevada Saturday to bring the girls here. Dr. and Mrs. L. C. Nugent and the latter's sister, Mrs. Helen Remsen, New York City, returned Sunday from Cedar Rapids, where they had spent a few days with the S. D. Quartons. Mrs. Nugent and Mrs. Remsen are sisters of Mr. Quarton. The Willard Gregsons spent Saturday and Sunday at Grinnell, visiting Mr. Gregson's parents, Mr. and •Mrs. 'Lee. Gregson, ami Mrs. Greg- is athletic coach In the Oklahoma' City schools. H. R. Roberts, Britt News-tribune editor, was here last Thursday and left copy for a booklet to toe set at the Advance shop. The News- Tribune ha»s of late been badly handicapped -by the absence of Mr. Roberts' elder brother "Lou." who is suffering a severe case of nervous breakdown. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Joh.innson Jr. and the latter's mother, Mrs. J. F. Cook, took Mrs. Mi E. Shirk and Mrs. D. A. Willfird, Ft; Benton, Mont., to St. Paul Monday, and thence they took a train for home, after five weeks here.. Mrs. Shirk Is Mrs. Cook's mother; Mrs. Willard Mrs. Cook's sister. Mrs. John Aurand, Pearl City, 111., her daughter Gladys, and Charles McLean, who were en route home ,from Yellowstone park and other western points, spent Sunday and iMonday with the M. E. Worsters here and the Harry Putfccs and the William Foxes at Burt. Mrs. Aurand is a niece of Mrs. AVorster. •Mr. and Mrs. S. H. MeNutt and Dorothy Keefe got home Sunday from a few days at Minneapolis and St. Paul. The, McNutts visited Mrs. Myron Schenck, Minneapolis, .and Dorothy, who was 'employed there LIU a few months ago, visited friends. Dorothy is the daughter of Mrs. Mary Keefe, north of town. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Harrington, of San .Antonio, 1 Tex., and their' son Bo'bby arrived Tuesday to visit Mrs. Harrington's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. : Shackelford. They will also visit Mr. Harrington's parents in Minnesota. Mr. Harrington is superintendent of a Decker packing plant. His wife was Elzada Shackelford. T. C. .Sherman, examiner-in- charge of a state bank at Traer, is spending a week with Mrs. Sherman and their son Edward, who is here from New York City. Edward planned to leave'for New York last night or tonight, after two weeks here. Edward is in the employ of the American Telephone & Telegraph Co.. F. H. iShackelford, who suffered a FIRST ! LUTHEttAX, Jf. A. Sjos- Irniul, Pastor— Sunday school next Sunday,'10 a. m. A-Blble class will be organized, in connection with the Sunday school. This will be for the special benefit of young people . . . Services at 11. After worship the congregation will have a picnic at the fairgrounds. A committee has planned entertainment for all . . . There will be an Ice cream social tonight at the Bancroft church . . , The Missionary society will meet at Luther Hall tomorrow at 2:30 p. m.; Mpsdamps Ross Calhoun and Victor Johnson, hostesses. The Mission board will meet at 2:15. The Junior Mission band will meet' Saturday at 2:30 p. m. at Mrs. Sellstrom's . . . A district Sunday school teachers' institute will be held at Albert City August 23. - BAPTIST, Arthur S. Hueser, I'ns- tor—The sermon subject for Sunday morning at 11 will be The Christian's Attitude Towards the Cross . . . Union services will be at the Methodist church, the Rev. Mr. Washington Coleman preaching Sunday school at 10; B. Y. P. U., 7 p. m. TBIXITY lUTHEHAX, I 1 . ,1. IJriincr, I'nstor—Next Sunday: 9 a. m., German service; 10, Sunday school and 'Bible class; 10:30, English service , . . The Concordla Aid will meet today with 'Mrs. Gottlieb Gronbach . . . The parish ' school will open Monday, September 5. ST. THOMAS, I/ouls Dennlnglioff. SF. Th., Hocfor—Thirteenth Sunday after Trinity: Church school, 9 a. m.; Holy Communion and sermon- ette, 10. County Treasurer Kruse spent | Monday at Iowa Falls, attending a board meeting of the Iowa Baptist of which he is' state ChKistensen, Milwaukee Assembly, treasurer. iSever . COFFBf L9,*lc Beverage | ton. W NTS . BAWl'S A550«TSP OlD DUTCH Cleanser N. PEPPED 3 FOR 10^ postal railway clerk, is having an enforced vacation, due to an injured shoulder suffered In a fall -at his home recently. The J. A. Johnsons have returned from visits at .Tanesville, Wis., Marietta, O., and New York City. Fred Brooks, New York City, accompanied them home. The Walter Wills left Monday for Amber 'Lake, Minn., for a week's outing. Walter's place at the Call theater is meanwhile being filled by Max Richardson. 'G. B. Turner, of the Steele store, son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs'.- G. B. Malone. was taken seriously ill Monday with lung trouble. Ellen Carlson has been nurse since Tuesday. Mrs. Mel Austin and the Ben Logans, Spencer, were a week ago Sunday guests of Mr. and-Mrs. O. S. Lindsay, Mrs. Austin is a sister of Mrs. Lindsay; Mrs. Logan a niece. Vera Steil left for Chicago Saturday, and is spending the week with her sister Veda, who has a stenographic position there. Vera .returns' to Sioux City earjy in September to tench school. Mr. and Mrs. Otto B.,.Laing, who moved into the Slagle house on Diagonal street a few weeks ago, moved to the Harry Baker house Friday. Mr. Laing is the newly elected high school principal. Mr. and Mrs. AV. W. Sullivan returned Sunday night from a short trip north into Canada. They left last' week Wednesday. Wade is in the employ of the Upper Des Molnes-Republican. Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Horn, Bloomfield, and their daughter Hilda went home Tuesday, after a week with their daughter, Mrs. B. E. Saunders. | Mr. Saunders is with the Kennedy & Parsons company here. , Lee Reed Jr. went-to the Okobojis Friday to be guest for a week of a Yankton college, Yankton, S. D.. professor and the latter'e wife. Lee was graduated in liberal arts from the college last spring. Mrs N. F. Rooney, Primghar, we'nt home Friday, after 'a visit eince last week Tuesday at Dr. C. J. Scanlan's. She is the former Alice Rinehart, of Ruthven, who once clerked at C. & H.'s. Mrs Thos. Akre, her son Donald, Bridget Gaffney, and Elsie Helmke, who have been visiting relatives at Los-Aneeles five weeks, left California Sunday morning, and are ex pected'home this week-end... Mrs- John Lunstrum , went Sioux City Sunday to son's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Fry. They also visited .Mrs. Gregson's brother, Lpring Pickering, ET- dora. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Tanner, 'Sumas, Wash., went home last week Wednesday, after a few days at the Theo. Goeders home. -Mrs. Tanner was a sister of the late Mrs. Goed- evs. The Tanners had been visiting 'relatives in Illinois and elsewhere in Iowa. Florence Nelson, employed at a doctor's office at Fort Dodge, came home Sunday for two weeks. Before going to Fort Dodge a year ago she was office girl for the Doctors Kenefick. 'She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nelson, Portland township. to visit' her sis- slw , Mrs. Vernon Reeves;-Both are daughters of. Mrs. Andrew a«U**formerly Samp, and. Mr. Lunis an Advance employe,, son, Mr andMr,'T.H.Ho,me S got home last week Wednesday from Chicago, where they had spent eral days with the latter's eon, ftS Bessegule. En route *ome |hey . visited friends at Cedar Rapids.. Mrs A. D. Bradley accompan ed Bradleys, Minneapolis. rrection^ Mrs the Willis S Mr ad I Mrs, Joton . , U^**- -*v .-*/. •' * * stroke three weeks ago • and was kept abed two weeks, came up town •Monday, but has to use a cane and walk with care. The stroke affected his left leg and his tongue and throat mostly; and he still has some difficulty in talking. His son Edward, a steady young man, Is taking care of-the harness shop. C. C. Hall, well known North Ender for many years, -was the victim of loss of memory here Saturday, and was unable to remember where he was staying in Algona. He called at Ray Smith's in north Algona, and Mr. Smith, on investigation, found that he had been visiting his daughter, Mrs. Thos. McGHligan. Mr. Hall's home is at Ledyard. The Dr. L. G. Bakers, Mrs. Baker's mother, Mrs. Mary Lucas, Mrs. Baker's sister, Mrs. H. E. Stewart, the latter's husband, and Mrs. Stewart's .brother, C. C. Lucas, with his wife, all of Kanawha, and friends from Belmond, • Waterloo, Clarion, and Council Bluffs picnicked at the Ambrose A. Call state park- Sunday. This group meets annually. Irene Vaudt, of County Auditor Bertha' E. Johnson's office, returned to work Monday, after a week's vacation. With her sister Bertha, employed at the Farmers' State bank, Whittemore, and Juanlta Armstrong, of Dexter, a cousin, she spent the week at McGregor and The Dells In Wisconsin. The group returned via Winona and Rochester, Minn. The Ellis Runcheys, Newel, spent Sunday with T31Tis's mother, 'Mrs. Mary Runchey, and other local relatives. Dick Runchey, who visited' his grandmother last week, went nome with his -parents. The elder will look for an apartment. They plan to move to that city September 1. and John will attend the University o£ Minnesota. They now occupy the upper apartment in a former Slagle house on Call street. John •was graduated from the local high school a year ago last spring. Mrs. Mangan has one other son, Harry, and a daughter, Dorothy. Supt. Overmyer, who. with wife, daughter, and Mrs. J. The George Washington Bicentennial will: be celebrated. during eight days and nights o£ the Iowa State Fair here this summer from August 26 through September 2 with an elaborate aeries of patriotic features, fair officials have announced. Headlining the Bicentennial celebration will be a huge patriotic fireworks Fhow each evening, with highlights of Washington's career reenacted in colorful pyrotechnic numbers. These will include the Battle of Yorktown, Washington crossing the Delaware, Washington taking command of his troops, the surrender of Cornwallis, and other historic events. Special Bicentennial features are also included in the daily programs of, the state women's exposition, and a beautiful Washington anniversary scene will feature the climax of "World on Parade", the huge night show extravaganza to be presented in front of the grandstand from August 26 through September 1. Sunday, August 28 will be known as "Bicentennial Day", climaxing the State Fair's rart in the Wash- Ingtpn ceremonies with an elaborate patriotia program on Sunday evening. ed onto the graveled road, weeds at the corner obstructed the view, and the Harveys.;eaw no red flags to warn autoista that 'gravel trucks were in the vicinity. The Zanke radiator hit the middle of the truck cab. The impact turned the car around, right side up in the middle of the road, facing west. Mrs. James Harvey's head and one hand were sticking out o£ a rear door, which had opened. She suffered a fractured skull, a gaeh on the head, a cracked rib, an injured kidney, a gash in / the left forearm, a severed nerve In the arm, a dislocated right thumb, and other cuts nnd bruises. Mrs. Robt. . Harvey was Injured about the chest' and the right shoulder, and ehe suffered from shock. Her 3-year-old son Jimmle wns cut on the forehead and lost much blood, an artery having been cut. Beverly Ann, 5-year-old daughter of the James Harveys, suftefM tffftl on the face and back, and the- lf« months -daughter, Jeanne su'ffetM • scratches. Shirley, 6-year J 614 daughter of the Robt. HarVeys, wa* unhurt. First aid was rendered, and DP. W. T. Peters, Burt, who was called; took the party to his office f6£, treatment. All got home at midnight, with Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Herman and D.ana Paxson, Algona, bringing them. The Harveys are tenants of a Herman farm. Mrs* Harvey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Zanke, live with her. Myrtle Larson, R. .N., Titonka, cousin of Mrs. Robt. Harvey, Is nurse. Margaret Root, Arnold, Neb., came Sunday to be with her sister, Mrs. James Harvey and accompany her home. The Zanke car was badly wrecked, and the gravel- truck had a sprung frame. Applications for marriage licenses! Mrs> Runchey is recovering from an were filed last week by Arthur Ba- ' ker, Minnie Knoll, both of Lone Rock, and Alvin Kalkbrenner, Burt, Verna Newman, Bancroft. A license was granted to Emll J. Overland, of Story City, and Myrtls Offerdal, St. James, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. August Huenhold. Mrs. Ira Iversbn, Mr. and Mrs. D. Buss, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wegener, Mr. and Mrs. Gottlieb Gronbach, and the Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Braner attended the ' funeral of Grandpa Boettcher, Friday at the Lotts Creek Lutheran chiirch. The John Mullicas, Ortonvflle, Minn., left for home Tuesday, after few days at George Hackman's, south of town. The Mulllcae are former residents here, Mr. Mulllca having run a foundry here in an early day. Mrs. Mullica is a sister of Mr. Hackman, S. A. Repp, Clear Lake, who writes and sells Who's Who advertising for newspapers', was an Al- jrbna visitor Inet Thursday. Mr. Repp was married last fall to Frances Drake] daughter .of the : . late S. D. Drake. Mrs. Drake" and the Repps live together, Mrs. Glenn Raney underwent a tonsilectomy at the Kossuth hospital Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. John Meyer, Titonka, became parents of a girl Saturday, Mrs, William Hedrick, Lu Verne, Who .had been a patient, recovering from a broken leg, was released Monday. Mrs. Nellie McMahon and her son P*L. returned Sunday from Minneapolis, where they had spent two weeks with friends. Mrs, McMahon's son, E. C., and the latter's wife drove to Minneapolis Saturday to bring them home. F. L. is assistant cashier of the Iowa State bank. Mr and Mrs. Clarence Nordstrum, Sharpsbursr, two children, and Clarence's sleter, Agnes Nordstrum, -R. •N of the Nevada sanitarium, went home last week Tuesday, after several days with Mr. and Mrs, John Nordstrom, parents of Clarence and Agnes. Clarence is a traveling &Ues- Vincent returned Friday from Cedar ,Rapids, where she spent a week'with her sister, Mrs. O. W. Lawrence. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T- J- Vincent, took her to Cedar Rapids and en route they visited relatives at Guthrle Center. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent came home last week Monday. Mrs. .Kenneth DeaMns and her daughter Agatha left last week Tuesday for their home at Hannaford, N. D-, day* here with , . -, relatives, former neighbors, and other Wends. The-Deaklng were stewards at the co,unty |arp» a fe^ years »gp, bu,t they -now operate a restaurant. H, T. MWer, Okjahonia City, arrived eunA*y to yistt JEM 1 , and M W : p V. Janse a weeK )?etore be and their bees . W»*r> Ju.ne >_ n »^s&*sm'W&s* automobile accident a week ago Sunday which occurred when she and the Robert Runcheys were coming home .from Newel. Mrs. Ann Fechner accompanied her brother Leonard, Ottawa, 111., to Chicago Monday. Leonard and an Ottawa brother-in-law spent several days last week with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Osterbauer. Mrs. Fechner will also visit her brother Edward at . Rockford, 111., before coming home late this week, and she ie buying fall hats for her hat shop In Chicago. The Rev. P. J. Braner, accompanied by Mrs. Braner and their son Erwln, was at Garner Sunday night, and Mrs. Braner delivered a jubilee address In commemoration of the Rev. and Mrs. TV, R. Wrede's silver wedding, also of his 25th anniversary in hie ministerial office. The services were held at the Evangelical Lutheran church, of which the Rev. Wrede has been pastor seven years. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Sjostrand, .St. Peter, Minn., their daughter Millicent, Clarence Zillgitt, Lake City, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs.' C. P. Ro- blg, St. Paul, spent Sunday with the Rev. M. A,' Sjostrand, new pastor 'of the First Lutheran churches here and at Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. 'Sjostrand are parents of the pastor, and the elder Sjostrand is treasurer of Gustavus Adolphus Lutheran college,. St. Peter. .'Supervisor Olaf (Funnemark .was in town 'last Thursday, looking after county business in his district. Mr. and Mrs, Funnemark have four children, two boys and two girls. The eldest Helen, who is a Wesley high spjiool graduate, will begin her senior year at St. Olaf's college, Nor-thfield, Minn., next month. The elder of the boye will at the same time enter the Wesley high school. The other children attend a rural school., . ,-:.. •-''. ' Mr. and Mrs. Frank Henderson, of Pomona, Calif., left for home'Satuiv day, after two weeks here. They took a northern route and pxpected to visit relatives and old friends at Minneapolis and . other western points. On the way they will visit Yellowstone park. This was their first return to Iowa in the nine years since they left, and they en- Joyed it immensely. x Mr. Henderson operates a, prosperous vegetable market., 'Last week Tuesday's Mason City Globe-Gasette reported, that Clarlbel Clark, who had been visiting her grandfather, 3- J- CUwk, had his W. Sullivan, left a week ago Sunday for a week of touring in northern Minnesota, mailed the following Douglas Lodge, Ttasca state park, postcard at International Falls a week ago: "We were a't this park yesterday. Came to International Falls via Baudette today, and will spend the night in Canada. We have seen some of the wilds of Minnesota. We will return via Virginia, Hibbing, Dtiluth, etc." Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Hutchlns' son Paul, who was graduatd in general engineering- at Ames in June, is taking a summer course in the same school preparatory to becoming principal of the Gilmore City high school next month. His brother Eugene, graduated at the same time from the same course, is driving a truck for the' Jewel Tea Co. Des Moines. Donald, who will be a senior In the local high school this year, is spending the summer at the F. L. 'Ryerson farm, near Burt, The Dr. Robert Moores, Dunlap, were guests week-end before last of the doctor's parents,* Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Moore. Robert, who is a D. V. M.. is democratic nominee for representative in .Harrison county, north of 'Council Bluffs. Mr. and Mrs. AAllliam Moore and Helen Haymaker, Rochelle, 111., left for home a week ago Friday, after 'a week with William's parents, the / local Moores. William is a clerk in a clothing store. This was the first time William's \yife had met her parents-in-law. Miss Haymaker visited friends at Britt. Mrs. Alice Sabln, who had been at Kansas City since mid-May, came home a week ago Sunday, but went back Saturday night. She was called there last spring when her sister, Mrs. Minnie Perry, was about to undergo an operation for gallstones. When the doctors operated' they found cancer, and the patient died next day. 'Her husband, head oiler in the Milwaukee yards at Kansas City, a married daughter in California, and a son and a daughter at •home survive. Mrs. Sabin expects to remain with the family till next spring, and perhaps longer. Of a former Algonlan, daughter of the late - , the Swea City Herald says: '^Mrs. Ella Hartshorn, of Grand Rapids, Mich., visited from Friday till Tuesday at the home of her nephew, Harold Roba. Mrs. Hartshorn has 'been deaconess of a Methodist training "school at Grand Rapids the last 23 years, -and she plans to retire when she 'has completed 2>5 years. At one time she was superintendent of the . Lone Rock school, and more than a quarter of a century ago she was a candidate for county superintendent. She has had a varied experience in Red Cross and other welfare work." Janie A. Orr, named in the following Spencer Reporter clipping, was an Algona teacher 20 years ago, more or less: "Janie A. Orr returned to Spencer Monday from Maquoketa, where she- was called by the death of her .mother, Mrs. Thomas Orr, who suffered a stroke August 2 and died the same evening. Mrs. Orr, who was 86 last April, had always enjoyed the best *>f health. She had had two strokes previously, but had regained her health within- a few days. Mr, Orr died December 25, 1905. Mrs. Orr is survived by twp sons, five daughters, and .numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren." v Mrs. T, L. Larson, Mrs.' L, M. Merritt, Mrs. G. D. Brundage, Mrs. Maurice Bartholomew returned Friday from "Cedar Rapids, . where they attended a state Legion Auxiliary convention last week Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. Mrs. Larson and Mrs. Merritt were delegates from the local unit, and Mrs. Brundage and Mrs. Bartholomew were alternates. Last Thursday Mrs. Brundage, who lost a brother in the World war, represented the eighth district in a Gold. Star service. Meredith Larson, who accompanied her mother, was a guest of her grandfather, F. M., Gerstner, 'during FOUR HURT WHEN SEDAN AND TRUCK CRASH IN UNION Union Twp., Aug. 16 — Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harvey, their two children, and "Bob's" brother "Jim," of Cozad, Neb., with his wife and two children, traveling in Jos. Zanke's Willys-Knight limousine last week Monday evening, collided with a gravel truck four miles east of Burt on the .Burt-Titonka graveled road. The Harveys were going east, en route to the homes of George and Charles Larson, uncles of Mrs. Robt. Harvey. The gravel truck, which weighed S300 pounds, .was coming from the north and it turn- r Want Ads gone to ODes Mohieg la^t week Monday to visit her upcle, E, W. Clark, former senator frwn ttje Cerro Gor- do-Prankjin-Hancock djstrict, > aow state insurance commissioner. Senator OJlark to $ fcrotfcer of -AJgon^ Coi?gr»ga.ttonal - P^fibel is Mrft, J. W- M*»W*» *»* , #te *»iM**F9 m* SwaSV^'Wrtt ¥fcl«Biir W^ ,tl MWi^«fi wteif ft? '. ,', ;>,VJ.v,4tf ,c*r-^^l^vv,[> r(\ -r',,,';^^ ^'7:^ 'vV &'•• the convention, Larson who- had visited the William Phijos, Iowa. Falls, three weeSsa, came home with the Auxiliary delegation Fri- Mrs. p»Uo Is thje fornier Mrs- W. X Guderian, of Algona. Reliable wan wanted to calj on n ICQSfiUth 9* -cafittS! GOOD sale.- COOKING APPLES -Jacob Winkel. CFOR 7u49 MODERN HOUSE FOR Call J. T. Bohannon. RENT.— 7p49 FURNISHED LOWER FLOOR foi rent. Ask 627-W or 254. VVANTBD—'SECOND -HAND wind mill.—Mike Bormann, Bode. 7p49 Right Now is the time to have your HEATING PLANT gone over and make Sure It Is Ready for Winter FREE INSPECTION Just call 274. Laing&Muckey Plumbing and Heating Sheet Metal Work Century Oil Burners 70 JERSEY BLACK GIANT lets.—'Wellendorf Hatchery. PUL- 9p49 DESIRABLE Phone 771. SLEEPING ROOMS. 5u49 FOR SALE—HOUSEEHOTjD FUR- niture.—A. L. White,-522 W. Nebraska St., Algona. ' 10p49 EXPERIENCED YQUNG WOMAN wants housework. IJhone 4F4. 9p49 ALGONA'S REAL SHOE SHOP— Half soles for August, 75c and S5c. 10p49 WANTED — SEDAN BODY FOR 1926 Ford.—Jacob Maasdam, Iry- ington. 10p49 WANTED—PLOWING, $1 per acre. —Harry Seeley, phone 27F13, Algona. ' 10p49-50 FARM FOR RENT—3% miles north of Algona — Mrs. Mary Keefe, phone 2F11. , 13F49 FOR R'BNT-nFURjNISHED or unfurnished all modern house.—Call Advance. . 10u49 MODKHN APARTMENT FOR rent. —Kossuth County State Bank Examiner in Charge. lluSltf 3 HOUSBKBBPIN.G ROOMS FOR rent, -furnished. '— Algona'e Real Shoe Shop, phone 44. J2p49 FOR SlAfLE-^PIVE MONTHS TUI- tion at Hamilton Business College, Mason City. Call 341-J. 13p49 LOST ON WOOSTER .ST.—Roll of • currency; also store bill. Reward.— G. A. Conklln. 13u49 SLEEPING ROOMS—AO^SO unfurnished rooms for light housekeeping.—Mrs. Spurbeck, east 'State st. 12p49 FOUND—KEY'S; •bonehandled with Initials. Owner can have toy pay- ins for this adv.—Call Advance. 16u49 FOR SAiLE—TOMATOES.— THOS. Schultz, ^outh Thorington,. one block north of swimming pool, 13p49-50-ol FOR SALE—CABBAGE, Ic lb., 75o a hundred? Tomatoes, 75c'bu.' delivered,. 50c at patch.—d. G. Pool, phone .18F4. - " 20p49 FOR GUARANTEED. SjATISPAC- tion in painting and decorating call 461-W. Free estimates, — Paul L. Richardson. • • 14p49 GIONG TO COLLEGE;? FALL term opens August 29. Register .Saturday, August 27.—Hamilton College of Commerce, Mason City. 18u49-50 NOTICE—I NOW HAVE MY custom mill repaired and will take care of all grinding.—W.m. Hammer, Bode P. O.; Livermore phone, 1F110. ' 32u49 THE ROYAL. "400" SERVICE station now offers-free parking space for your car. Drive in and see us. E. (Beans) Pearson, Manager. 22u49-50 FOR SAX,E—CHENILE RUG SIZE IS.ipxlO.S with stair carpet to match; piano, set of golf clul?s*ana some household furniture.—-Mrs. Dr Fellows. CAN YOU BEAT THIS AT 23u49 TAX Free Prices? ?1.50 allowed for your old tire and tube on new G & J's. As low as $3.69 exchange for 6-ply tire plus tub«.—Gamble Stores. 82-49 WANTED—TO TfRA'PE GOOD IN- come Algona property for 160' acre farm, not too heavily encumbered.—C. W. Nicoulin, Algona's reaj estate dealer. 2tu49 WA.NTEP TO TRADE — (MODERN -room house on pavement, Forest City, worth f $500, for well Jmpro.ved medium-sized farm; silo and dairy equipment preferred—B.- L, Hotchkiss, iF$l,rmont, Minn. 3 BIG BATS Wednesday, Thursday, Friday August 17, 18, 19 2 MATINEES Thursday and Friday, 2:80. p. m. JANET GAY1VOR CHAS. FABBELL in "The First Year" Laughter and romance. The two lovers of the screen in •the tender situation of the first year. • Saturday, August 20. 1:30 and 3:30 matinees, 10-25c. i JOHN MACK BBOWN Star,of "Billy the Kid" ZAZU PITTS BAYMOND HATTON in "The Vanishing Frontier" A BIG ACTION ; WESTERN AN OUR GANG COMEDY and Last of Ihe Mohicans Serial. Sunday and Monday, Aagrust 21-82 Sunday matinees, 1-3 o'clock, 10-25c : Night prices, 10-25-35C. It's a different Geo. .Bancroft! A great entertainment—all crlUca agree. . You'll be pleased to have planned on this one. GEO. BANCBOFT WYNNE GIBSON in "Lady and Gent" A romantic story of lovable characters. Tuesday and Wednesday, Aug. 8S-M Tuesday matinee 2:30, 10-2&C. GEO. BBENT LOBETTA YOUNO NOBMAN FOSTER ! in ."Week-End Marriage" •She wanted a husband but wan .too busy to keep him because she WB» too busy to.be a wife. „ 0 Do you want love and freedom •£ the same time? , - FOR SERVICE GOOD DRY CLEANING NO NEED TO WORRY \ When you get your clothes dirty don't get all worried —Mommy can have them cleaned here, and our prices are so low she won't mind. • . . • ^ ' Now is the time to get the wearing apparel of the children ready for school. Let us call your attention to the fact that now is the time to have the needed repairs made on your furs. We represent one of the best fur houses in the west, Modern Dry Cleaners PHONE 537 i% PROBLEMS ARE INVITED IF YOU have «my printing job. ti»rn tl nvr t» in for n psrftuf r*.ult f • you, on «ny

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